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Is the Sazerac a New Orleans Cocktail?

42 minutes agoNews : The Daily Beast

Untangling the complicated history of this classic Crescent City drink.

Exhibit re Nazi persecution of Jewish lawyers coming to NO

An exhibit about the oppression of Jewish lawyers in Nazi Germany is coming to New Orleans. "Lawyers Without Rights : Jewish Lawyers in Germany under the Third Reich," features hundreds … Click to Continue »

NEW ORLEANS High Politics And Low Homicide Clearance Rates: SOCIAL JUSTICE - If Frozen Takes The Form Of 'Unicorn Pee Ice Sculptures' That Can Be Molded Into Any Form

SOCIAL JUSTICE IS THE VIEW OF THE STATE OF FAIRNESS IN THE WORLD, FROM ONE'S POINT OF VIEW. THE JOB OF SOCIAL JUSTICE ADVOCATES IS TO MAKE SURE THAT THEY CONTROL YOUR RANGE OF VIEW

2017 New Orleans Mom of the Year :: Nominate YOUR Favorite New Orleans Mom

2017 New Orleans Mom of the Year Whether she is a stay at home mom, work from home mom or working mom, her “job” involves so much more than the title implies. She’s the family nurse and the keeper of the calendar. She’s the meal planner and the chef. She’s the chauffeur, the referee, the laundromat, the travel agent. […]

ESPN’s 2017 ‘Monday Night Football’ Schedule

Press release from ESPN, April 20, 2017: The 48th season of Monday Night Football will kick off on ESPN with a doubleheader Monday, September 11 – New Orleans Saints at Minnesota Vikings (6:55 p.m. ET) and Los Angeles Chargers at...

DOJ threatens "sanctuary cities" with loss of grant money over immigration enforcement

2 days agoNews / Crime : Crimesider

The Justice Department sent letters to officials in California, New York, Chicago, Philadelphia and New Orleans

Kings Hire New Front Office Guy To Roll Over For Vivek Ranadive

2 days agoSports : Deadspin

The Sacramento Kings recently wrapped up yet another losing season, a 32-50 campaign that is notable only for the All-Star weekend trade where they sent their best player to New Orleans for what appears to be a meager return. Once again, the Kings’ front office revealed itself to be an ill-equipped mess pulled in… Read more...

New Orleans — “Biking Boomtown” — Doubled Rate Of Bicycle Commuters In 10 Years

New Orleans rivals and surpasses other America cities in so many ways. Music first comes to mind — oh, to be the birthplace of Jazz — but there's also the city's French and Spanish Creole architecture, its cross-cultural and multilingual...Show More Summary

Stylish New Orleans Elopement at the French Quarter Wedding Chapel

For those of you wondering how to plan a laid-back New Orleans elopement, Elizabeth and Rick’s no-fuss wedding at the French Quarter Wedding Chapel will show you how it’s done! This stylish couple and their two best friends booked hotel...Show More Summary

LSUHealthNO research shows fish oil component helps damaged brain & retina cells survive

(Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center) A team of researchers led by Nicolas Bazan, MD, PhD, Boyd Professor and Director of the Neuroscience Center of Excellence at LSU Health New Orleans School of Medicine, has shown for...Show More Summary

Saint Cecilia Throws Open Its Doors Across From French Market

The new restaurant and bar is from the team behind St. Lawrence Saint Cecilia (91 French Market Place, New Orleans), the newest offering from the owners of Saint Lawrence, quietly opened across the street from the French Market. IanShow More Summary

A Melodious Milestone: 25,000 Funded Music Projects

Music is core to Kickstarter’s DNA. In fact, it’s how we got our start. In late 2001, Kickstarter Creator and Chairman, Perry Chen, was living in New Orleans when he had an idea to bring a pair of DJs down for show during Jazz Fest.Show More Summary

We’re Not Here For Jazz Fest

Every year 400,000+ people converge on the fields of the fair grounds to attend Jazz Fest. It’s two glorious weekends of your regular New Orleans life celebration ceremonies: happy people, drinks, hopefully sun, and music. Oh, the music! My marriage anniversary falls on April 18. This conveniently enables the hubs and I to “Have to […]

Widow of Saints star Will Smith upset at killer's 25 years

3 days agoNews : Trending Now

NEW ORLEANS (AP) — The man who fatally shot retired New Orleans Saints star Will Smith and wounded his wife after a traffic crash last year was sentenced Thursday to 25 years in prison for manslaughter, far less than the maximum prosecutors had called for.

Vikings get Monday night opener at home vs. Saints

3 days agoNews : USAToday: News

The Vikings will start the season with a Monday night home game against New Orleans        

Vikings get Monday night opener at home vs. Saints

The Vikings will start the season with a Monday night home game against New Orleans        

Will Smith's killer sentenced to 25 years in prison

The New Orleans man convicted of manslaughter and attempted manslaughter in the shooting death of former Saint Will Smith and the wounding of Smith’s wife Racquel will spend 25 years in prison. The sentence was handed down on Thursday to Cardell Hayes, according to the New Orleans Times-Picayune. Show More Summary

Man gets 25-year sentence in shooting death of ex-NFL player

NEW ORLEANS (Reuters) - Cardell Hayes, the 29-year-old tow truck driver convicted of manslaughter in the shooting death of retired NFL player Will Smith last April, was sentenced to 25 years in prison, a Louisiana judge ruled on Thursday. Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments

Cardell Hayes, who killed former Saints DE Will Smith, sentenced to 25 years in prison

Will Smith, who was shot and killed in 2016. (AP) The New Orleans man convicted of manslaughter and attempted manslaughter in the shooting death of former Saint Will Smith and the wounding of Smith’s wife Racquel, will spend 25 years in prison. Show More Summary

Cardell Hayes sentenced to 25 years for killing Will Smith

Cardell Hayes learned his sentence for killing former Saints defensive end Will Smith a little more than a year after shooting Smith following a traffic accident and altercation in New Orleans. Hayes was convicted of manslaughter for killing Smith and Judge Camille Buras sentenced him to 25 years in prison on Thursday. Hayes was also…

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